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January 21, 2009



Unfortunately, "Intent to Defraud" is one of those 'thought crimes' that can be creatively defined by any motivated law-enforcement agent or US Attorney.

As with virtually all laws, this one includes exemptions for law-enforcement officials to violate it with virtual impunity.

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